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The Chef and the Ghost of Bartholomew Addison Jenkins

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Halloween, 1982. MTV is new, poodle perms are the rage, and life just might be getting better for Alma Kobel. Her ugly divorce is final at last. Her new job as chef at Bright Day Schools gorgeous old estate is actually fun. But the place is hauntedand so is Almas apartment. Bartholomew Addison Jenkins ghost has been invisibly watching Alma for months. When he materializes Halloween, 1982. MTV is new, poodle perms are the rage, and life just might be getting better for Alma Kobel. Her ugly divorce is final at last. Her new job as chef at Bright Day School’s gorgeous old estate is actually fun. But the place is haunted—and so is Alma’s apartment. Bartholomew Addison Jenkins’ ghost has been invisibly watching Alma for months. When he materializes one night, Alma discovers Bart—as he likes to be called—has talents she couldn’t have imagined … and a horrifying past. Can you have a one-nighter with a ghost? And what happens if you decide one night is all you want—and end up ghosting him? Some spirits don’t like taking “no” for an answer.


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Halloween, 1982. MTV is new, poodle perms are the rage, and life just might be getting better for Alma Kobel. Her ugly divorce is final at last. Her new job as chef at Bright Day Schools gorgeous old estate is actually fun. But the place is hauntedand so is Almas apartment. Bartholomew Addison Jenkins ghost has been invisibly watching Alma for months. When he materializes Halloween, 1982. MTV is new, poodle perms are the rage, and life just might be getting better for Alma Kobel. Her ugly divorce is final at last. Her new job as chef at Bright Day School’s gorgeous old estate is actually fun. But the place is haunted—and so is Alma’s apartment. Bartholomew Addison Jenkins’ ghost has been invisibly watching Alma for months. When he materializes one night, Alma discovers Bart—as he likes to be called—has talents she couldn’t have imagined … and a horrifying past. Can you have a one-nighter with a ghost? And what happens if you decide one night is all you want—and end up ghosting him? Some spirits don’t like taking “no” for an answer.

13 review for The Chef and the Ghost of Bartholomew Addison Jenkins

  1. 4 out of 5

    Llaph

    This story was just plain cute, I really liked it, there was a bit of everything mixed together. There were some funny parts, sexy parts, scary parts, nostalgic parts, (I love the time period the story is set in) with some good plot twists added in for good measure. You will not find the typical ghost love story here, you think you do at first, but the more you learn of Barts past and his later actions you begin to get a bit nervous for Alma. There was a lot packed into the story, but everything This story was just plain cute, I really liked it, there was a bit of everything mixed together. There were some funny parts, sexy parts, scary parts, nostalgic parts, (I love the time period the story is set in) with some good plot twists added in for good measure. You will not find the typical ghost love story here, you think you do at first, but the more you learn of Bart’s past and his later actions you begin to get a bit nervous for Alma. There was a lot packed into the story, but everything is wrapped up nicely at the end. The rest of the review can be found @ CoffeeTime Romance & More

  2. 4 out of 5

    CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    This story was just plain cute, I really liked it, there was a bit of everything mixed together. There were some funny parts, sexy parts, scary parts, nostalgic parts, (I love the time period the story is set in) with some good plot twists added in for good measure. You will not find the typical ghost love story here, you think you do at first, but the more you learn of Barts past and his later actions you begin to get a bit nervous for Alma. There was a lot packed into the story, but everything This story was just plain cute, I really liked it, there was a bit of everything mixed together. There were some funny parts, sexy parts, scary parts, nostalgic parts, (I love the time period the story is set in) with some good plot twists added in for good measure. You will not find the typical ghost love story here, you think you do at first, but the more you learn of Bart’s past and his later actions you begin to get a bit nervous for Alma. There was a lot packed into the story, but everything is wrapped up nicely at the end. Llaph Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More Full Review @ Coffee Time Romance & More

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Wyvern

    This book is simply adorable. It is not overly-hot but hugely entertaining, with sparkly dialogue, funny accidents (that steel scrubber, oh my! And the box of bread!), intriguing characters that you get to discover over the whole story. I was completely not expecting where the main characters would go... It is beautifully written. Those who accuse Romance of being predictable flatfooted prose about two dimensional characters might benefit from reading this. There is a lot going on, many different This book is simply adorable. It is not overly-hot but hugely entertaining, with sparkly dialogue, funny accidents (that steel scrubber, oh my! And the box of bread!), intriguing characters that you get to discover over the whole story. I was completely not expecting where the main characters would go... It is beautifully written. Those who accuse Romance of being predictable flatfooted prose about two dimensional characters might benefit from reading this. There is a lot going on, many different shades of romance intertwining for such a "simple ghost story". I loved how nothing is exactly as it seems, and there were surprises until literally the last line before THE END.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Denise Belt

    Alma is broke after her divorce but happy as a chef at Bright Day Schools where she is in charge of the kitchen staff and all the meals. The estate is fun, beautiful and did I mention haunted? Alma is shocked to find out shes had a ghost at her apartment watching her for quite a while by the name of Bartholomew Addison Jenkins who died in the 1700s. Shes also surprised to find that he is somewhat of a legend in town. A cute little story that takes place in the early 80s about love, ghosts, and Alma is broke after her divorce but happy as a chef at Bright Day School’s where she is in charge of the kitchen staff and all the meals. The estate is fun, beautiful and did I mention haunted? Alma is shocked to find out she’s had a ghost at her apartment watching her for quite a while by the name of Bartholomew Addison Jenkins who died in the 1700’s. She’s also surprised to find that he is somewhat of a legend in town. A cute little story that takes place in the early 80’s about love, ghosts, and everyday life. The characters are relatable with a few little surprises along the way. The sparks that ignite enhance the story’s romance.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Diane Sanders

  6. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Lee

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sylvie

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alena

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sonia Melo

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kristy

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

  12. 4 out of 5

    ♥♥Mari♥♥

  13. 5 out of 5

    adinda widya

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